Henry River Mill Village, NC, was a tiny deserted mill property before summer 2011, when the cast and crew of The Hunger Games showed up to film.  The 72 acre property played an important role as District 12, the hometown of the story’s protagonist, Katniss Everdeen.  According to the property’s current owner, fans have been flocking to the property “day and night” to take pictures and visit the sparse, run-down houses the they saw on the big screen.  The property has recently been listed for sale and owning this piece of The Hunger Games will cost $1.4 million.  In addition to adding interest to a once-forgotten piece of dilapidated property, the state of North Carolina expects that the film will help bring millions of dollars in tourist revenue, in addition to the $60 million dollars brought in by filming last summer.